Rainbow Dust is Good as Gold, and Twice as Tasty

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New fundraising tool combines art, food, profit, and fun!

Entrepreneurs, school boards, church groups, scout troops, festival organizers, party planners, and parents "panning" for a low-cost/high-profit product to delight kids have found the "mother lode" in a golden fundraising opportunity called Rainbow Dust. Better than gold dust, and twice as delicious; Rainbow Dust is "edible art" where brightly colored candy powder is layered into clear plastic straws before being eaten.

Rainbow Dust serves up plenty of appeal for the eyes and the tongues of a "rainbow" of street fair visitors and fundraiser guests. "Our product is fun, tasty and truly interactive," says company founder Sandy Blackwell. "In fact, people of all ages, not just kids, love it." As well as being a perfect fundraising tool, Blackwell notes that Rainbow Dust is also a welcome addition to birthday celebrations, kids parties, and other gatherings.

A Feast for the Fundraiser

There are no elaborate set-up or electrical requirements for a Rainbow Dust festival or craft show business. "Several tables, a few tablecloths, and desire is really all it takes," Blackwell laughs. Yet, despite the simplicity of set-up, a typical 10'x10' Rainbow Dust space at a busy street festival can "dust" as many as 100-150 kids per hour. "That's a lot of kids and a lot of candyÂÂ…not to mention a lot of profit," Blackwell says with pride.

Low start-up costs make Rainbow Dust an ideal moneymaker for organizations with limited budgets. Adding to the ease and flexibility, Rainbow Dust gives buyers the freedom to customize their orders -- from flavor combinations to "parts" replacement -- without any contracts or long-term commitments, adding another "plus" to this product.

A Feast for the Profit Seeker

A potential return of up to 300% make Rainbow Dust a perfect choice for any group or company. Non-profit organization seeking a profitable fundraising venture and commercial entrepreneurs looking for a small-capital business are both well served by the quality and superior customer service support offered by Rainbow Dust.

"Rainbow Dust is going to be the next 'big thing' at street fairs and craft shows," predicts Blackwell. "It's perfect for people who are looking for a weekend or part-time way to supplement their incomes." She notes that for many entrepreneurs, achieving a positive ROI (return on investment) is possible after just a single day of sales.

A Feast for the Artist in Everyone

Rainbow Dust is uniquely positioned among food items sold at fairs and fundraisers. Unlike " chocolate bars and Girl Scout cookies, Rainbow Dust is more than just a sweet. "Rainbow Dust was created to inspire kids' to get kids rev-ed up on creativity," explains Blackwell, "not just sugar."

Kids get excited selecting their flavor combinations, but their appetites seem to take a backseat to their artistry, Blackwell notes. She says it's the opportunity to express their visual imagination when layering the colors in the straw that delights the young artists, as well as their parents.

Rainbow Day and Night

Available exclusively online through the SanDaveVa Trading Company website at http://www.myrainbowdust.com, there are nearly three-dozen Rainbow Dust flavors to choose from (including chocolate, pink lemonade and sour watermelon) and a "rainbow" of affordable packages. "Custom dust" may also be ordered, provided red dye is not required in the formulation.

"I could have become a distributor for an existing product, but I wanted to offer my customers something more," says Blackwell. Instead, she manufacturers Rainbow Dust under rigorous quality control, and believes that the product's trio of benefits -- uniqueness, affordability, profitability -- make the eye-popping, taste-pleasing dust a triple treat for buyers (aka kids) and sellers (aka associations and organizations), alike.

For more information about Rainbow Dust, please contact 1-877-372-2829 or visit http://www.myrainbowdust.com

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